The Old Green Tree, Bath - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3959) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Food served, Real ale
- Smoking area
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|A classic Bath pub. This is always my first port of call on any crawl around the city - mainly because we've just spent the previous few hours traipsing around the shops. Great selection of beer, with the Palmers Tally Ho in very fine form when I called in last week. A very nice welcome too, so not sure if people have caught the bar people on bad days.|
littledrummerboy - 19 Oct 2015 21:47
|Called in here for a quick pint of real ale whilst visiting Bath. Really oldy worldy pub with good real ale in top condition and fantastic service.|
Pcorn67 - 20 Apr 2015 19:54
|Quiet and cosy little place with wood panelling and fireplace in thirties style. Liked the mild and Goldrush bitter. Would go again, but you'd probably get a warmer welcome from the guy on the stool at the bar than from the barstaff.|
Mona_Growser - 9 Sep 2014 15:43
|Smashing little pub that is claimed it could be one of the oldest in Bath (barman was quite insistent about this)|
2 room pub with only a bar on 1 side which I loved. Again a good mix of locals and rugby fans made this place a fun place for a pint.
4 beers on tap, I had the Old Green Tree Ale @ 3.9% brewed for the pub by Blindmans Brewery.
Met a very interesting chap sat at the bar that 2 of us instantly decided he could be a mass murderer, he was a pleasant chap but one or 2 of he's stories were a bit iffy...made for a cracking laugh though.
A point of note are the men's toilets, there's a door in the bar that opens onto a long straight staircase and at the bottom are the urinals...I wonder if anyone has ever fallen down and ended up in the urinal!
Excellent pub, defiantly worth a visit.
lezford - 18 Feb 2013 13:56
|One to enjoy for its intimate atmosphere, as other reviewers have noted doesn't seem so busy as it used to, easier to get a seat the last couple of times I have been in. Ales in good condition as usual, a bit of a Bath institution :-)|
steve75 - 11 Jan 2013 20:05
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